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fanletizia 01-17-2006 07:11 PM

Prince Felipe's Visits to Latin America; January, May and July 2006
 
Maximum security for the prince of Asturias
Its outpost arrived yesterday and immediately it made a recognition of the National stage. The heir to the Spanish throne arrives the 25 from January.

Tegucigalpa. The prince of Asturias, Felipe de Borbón, will come the 25 from January to the country to participate in some previous special meetings to his attendance to the taking of possession of president Manuel Zelaya Rosales, according to confirmed to the Commission of Transmission of Control the outpost of his real height, who arrived yesterday at the country.

http://www.elheraldo.hn/nota.php?nid...cha=2006-01-17

lula 01-17-2006 07:27 PM

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Originally Posted by fanletizia

In the article also they remember the Princess and Leonor ... that nice ... this article clarifies that if in the near trips they decide to take the girl, this one will be the center of attention. :p The whole week one is going to make the Prince long far from house and of his girls, but it is necessary to work.

Certainly, I am puzzled of seeing how it will be Evo Morales's act.:confused:

crisiñaki 01-17-2006 07:41 PM

Is Felipe going to attend Michele Bachelet's presidential swearing in Chile?

lula 01-17-2006 08:00 PM

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Originally Posted by crisiñaki
Is Felipe going to attend Michele Bachelet's presidential swearing in Chile?

Yes, he will go to Chile, if it does not arise at all he will go to all the changes of government that will exist this year in latinoamérica. I imagine that for March Letizia also travels to Chile.
Besides, the Royal Family has very good relation with Ricardo Lagos.;)

crisiñaki 01-17-2006 08:11 PM

Thanks Lula for the info:)

Do you think that Felipe is gonna wear a sweater to Evo's possesion?:D

purple_platinum 01-17-2006 11:18 PM

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Originally Posted by fanletizia
Maximum security for the prince of Asturias
Its outpost arrived yesterday and immediately it made a recognition of the National stage. The heir to the Spanish throne arrives the 25 from January.

Tegucigalpa. The prince of Asturias, Felipe de Borbón, will come the 25 from January to the country to participate in some previous special meetings to his attendance to the taking of possession of president Manuel Zelaya Rosales, according to confirmed to the Commission of Transmission of Control the outpost of his real height, who arrived yesterday at the country.

http://www.elheraldo.hn/nota.php?nid...cha=2006-01-17

i'm sorry if i don't quite understand this.
i just understand that Felipe is going to another presidential investiture ceremony, right? this time it's on january 25th ?
and may i know which country is it?

btw, while we are on the subject, i know the translation said "taking of possession" (i got that result too when translating using the translating tool), but could we use the term "investiture"? it sounds much better...

fanletizia 01-18-2006 06:27 AM

[quote=purple_platinum]i'm sorry if i don't quite understand this.
i just understand that Felipe is going to another presidential investiture ceremony, right? this time it's on january 25th ?
and may i know which country is it?[quote=purple_platinum]
As you can read in the article:

1.- It appears Tegucigalpa, capital of Honduras :)
2.- 25th of January.

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Originally Posted by purple_platinum
btw, while we are on the subject, i know the translation said "taking of possession" (i got that result too when translating using the translating tool), but could we use the term "investiture"? it sounds much better...

From now on, Could you please revise all my post and correct the faults?
Thank you for your help :)

I did not know that in this forum I had to pass an english exam, sorry for the mistakes :(

purple_platinum 01-18-2006 07:54 AM

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Originally Posted by fanletizia
From now on, Could you please revise all my post and correct the faults?
Thank you for your help :)

I did not know that in this forum I had to pass an english exam, sorry for the mistakes :(

fanletizia, so sorry if i offended you in any way... i honestly didn't mean to. considering that's the text given by casareal, then, it's probably my fault for taking this too serious. so sorry again... :o :o ;)

lula 01-20-2006 05:06 AM

I had read an information about the elections in Latin America in 2006, and if the Prince (or the Princes) come to all the changes of government they will have to travel to Chile, Mexico, Peru, Costa Rica, Colombia, Brazil, Ecuador and Nicaragua. Also to the investiture of the successor of Jorge Sampaio in Portugal.
This year they are going to travel very much, and it will be interesting, because in addition the Prince will have meetings with dozens of Chiefs of State. Also there is hanging the date of the trip to Israel. They will travel in February to Bulgaria, and there will be also an inaguration of the Institute Cervantes in China (it will be necessary to wait to know if they come).

lula 01-20-2006 12:04 PM

http://economia.eluniversal.com/2006...0A658291.shtml
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There will meet with till now Bolivian agent chief executive, Eduardo Rodríguez, the same day of his arrival to La Paz, tomorrow on Saturday, and with that of Honduras, Ricardo Maduro, Thursday, the 26th, in Tegucigalpa.

Evo Morales will receive him also on Saturday, at the last hour of the evening (local time), whereas Zelaya will meet privately the prince in the first hour of the evening of next Thursday in the Honduran capital.

The program of his stay in El Salvador will have the same character of his visits on the occasion of the captures of possession and, as it will happen in Bolivia and Honduras, will support meetings with representatives of the social sectors of each one of these countries and will visit programs of the Spanish Cooperation.

This anticipating that he inaugurates, Tuesday 23 of January, in company of the Salvadoran president, the Center of Integral Formation "Working Jesus '', in the Salvadoran municipality of Sacacoyo. In El Salvador day 23 will approach until the Spain School, that the Foundation Padre Arrupe has in the municipality of Soyapango, and in Honduras, day 26 he will meet with Spanish cooperators in the property El Tapiche.
The Spanish colectivities in the three countries also will be received by the prince. In San Salvador, and in the occasion of the 115 anniversary of the creation of the Spanish Center, will attend a concert of piano and violin.

....

fanletizia 01-20-2006 12:21 PM

Tomorrow, Saturday, will arrive at Bolivia Prince de Asturias, Don Felipe de Borbón

http://www.lanacion.cl/prontus_notic...120130048.html

Elsa M. 01-21-2006 07:43 AM

http://actualidad.terra.es/internaci...les_694754.htm

The Prince of Asturias arrives today in La Paz, to attend the investiture of president Evo Morales, in the middle of the greatest international expectancy in 23 years of democracy.

After his arrival, expected to happen at 6:00 p.m. local time (11:00 p.m. Spanish hour), Don Felipe will meet the current president, Eduardo Rodriguez. The heir is going to give Rodriguez a letter of King Juan Carlos and later he will participate in an official reception, along with the other guests to this presidential investiture. It is expected that the Prince will later have a meeting with the new elected president, Evo Morales, when he returns from Tiahuanaco.

Tomorrow, Sunday, the heir will participate in the swearing-in ceremony of Morales, who will become the first Indian president of Bolivia, but before Don Felipe will have a bilateral assembly with the Ecuadorian president, Alfredo Palacio.

On Monday, after the already president Morales takes his oath before the members of his Cabinet, the Prince will receive the Spanish community in La Paz, in a reception organized by the Embassy of Spain. Later he will have lunch with different personalities from Bolivian politics, society and culture. That same day, he will visit in El Alto the health centre Jesús Obrero, which was built to thanks to an initial financing of 96,000 dollars granted by the NGO Manos Unidas.

Still on Monday, the Prince of Asturias will fly to El Salvador, from where he will then travel to Tegucigalpa, in order to attend the investiture of the new Honduran president, Manuel Zelaya, on January 27th.

lula 01-21-2006 06:41 PM

http://www.efe.es/includesasp/notici...on=3&id=620635

La Paz, 21 ene (EFE) .-The Prince of Asturias, Felipe de Borbón, came today to La Paz to be present this Sunday at Evo Morales's investiture as president of Bolivia, in an act without precedents in this country for the high number of agents chief executive.

The plane of the Air Spanish Force that moved the inheritor of the Spanish Wreath from Madrid came to 18.00 local time (22.00 GMT) to the International Airport of The High place, where it was got by the Bolivian minister of Foreign Relations, Armando Loaiza, and the ambassador of Spain in La Paz, Francisco Montalbán.
After the regards, the Bolivian anthem was listened first and later that of Spain, before Felipe de Borbón was inspecting to the troops, in I make concrete to the Regiment Colored of Bolivia, the presidential guard.
The inheritor of the Spanish Wreath received the keys of La Paz of the hands of the mayor Juan del Granado and also of the neighboring city of El Alto, in this case for the burgomaestre Fanor Nava.
After greeting representatives of local and regional Bolivian governments, the Prince was raised to a vehicle that moved him to the city of La Paz.
...
The Prince has foreseen to meet this very day the salient president, Eduardo Rodríguez, to whom he will deliver a missive of the king Juan Carlos and later he will be present at an official receipt of welcome the guests at the presidential investiture, which will be celebrated in the Palace of Government.
Later, he will meet the elect leader, the Socialist Evo Morales, who tomorrow will turn into the first Indian president of Bolivia.
On Sunday, the prince Felipe will be one of the guests of exception to the investiture and on Monday he will be present at a receipt that the embassy of Spain in La Paz will celebrate in his honor.
Also on Monday, he will be the guest of honor in a luncheon that will congregate to Bolivian personalities of the politics, culture and society
...
Before departing El Salvador, the following destination of his Latin-American tour, Felipe de Borbón will visit in the neighboring locality of El Alto the hospital Jesus Obrero, to whom the Spanish Agency of International Cooperation (AECI) granted a subsidy of 90.000 Euros for its equipment.

lula 01-21-2006 06:48 PM

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From Reuters via yahoo

Spain's Crown Prince Felipe reviews a honor guard after arriving at El Alto airport in Bolivia January 21, 2006. Crown Prince Felipe arrived in Bolivia on Saturday to attend the inauguration of new Bolivian President Evo Morales. Bolivians rich and poor are hoping the inauguration of Morales as the country's first indigenous president on Sunday will herald the start of a new era of peace and growth after years of turmoil.

fanletizia 01-21-2006 07:23 PM

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More images from

http://es.news.yahoo.com/21012006/18...o-bolivia.html

and

http://www.la-razon.com/versiones/20...244_240549.htm

lula 01-21-2006 07:31 PM

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From terra:

fanletizia 01-22-2006 05:28 AM

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Prince de Asturias, Felipe de Borbon met with the salient president of Bolivia, Eduardo Rodriguez, to whom gave a letter of his father King Juan Carlos. Whereas his appointment with elect president, Evo Morales, was posponed for Sunday.

from casareal

fanletizia 01-22-2006 06:09 AM

Today

Prince of Asturias, Felipe de Borbón, in representation of the King of Spain, will occupy an exception place during the act of investiture of Evo Moral next to a dozen of governors, the majority Latin American.

http://www.laverdad.es/murcia/pg0601...C-bolivia.html

LaChicaMadrilena 01-22-2006 06:52 AM

Poor guy, perhaps he is missing his two lovely girls...:)

Elsa M. 01-22-2006 10:39 AM

If the Prince comes to the swearing-in ceremony of the Portuguese president, it will take place on March 9th. Perhaps, at that time, the Princess may accompany him...


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